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Evelien Rost obtained an MSc degree in Earth Sciences with a specialization in geology at the VU University of Amsterdam in 2015. In 2016 she started as a PhD candidate titled "The influence of geologic sample surfaces of thermal infrared spectroscopy" supervised by Prof. Freek van der Meer and Dr. Chris Hecker

Research interests

Evelien focuses on the influence of geological sample surface differences on thermal infrared spectroscopy. She studies and quantifies the effects of surface roughness, sample preparation methods and crystallographic orientation on the measured spectra, and their effects on the projected sample composition. To study these effects she uses various laboratory based thermal infrared spectrometers, SEM and quantitative XRD. 

Teaching

Evelien teaches in advanced geological remote sensing courses on thermal IR and laboratory spectroscopy. She also supports and supervises MSc students in the spectroscopy lab and with sample preparation. 

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